As part of the Trusted CI engagement on Jupyter security, the Trusted CI staff have compiled a list of pages describing security-related Jupyter documentation. The list is in a Google Doc that is open to public comment.
We would appreciate anyone who is interested to point us to other documentation. The list is also a reasonable way to see how the current documentation appears to someone new to Jupyter.
We’ll be discussing this at the next few Jupyter Security Subproject Meetings. As always, everyone is welcome to attend and contribute.
This is really cool - thanks for sharing! If others are interested in making improvements to documentation, I am more than happy to review PRs. There is much that we could improve and I think a lot of low-hanging fruit.
As part of the engagement, there’s a draft document that consolidates security recommendations for standalone Jupyter notebooks (i.e., Notebook Server or Jupyter Server). This is drawn from a lot of existing documentation found in various places.
The first set of feedback that help is on the accuracy and completeness of the content. Is there anything that needs to be corrected or something that should be added?
We’d also really like to know how this could be used, either as a standalone guide, or incorporated into the documentation of one or more Jupyter components. If you have comments, drop them here, or you can open an issue on the Trusted CI Jupyter security documentation repo.
On behalf of myself @rcthomas, @tconnors, and the Trusted CI engagement team